This week at The Farm (April 30th)

Gary gives a quick update on how things are progressing out at The Farm after the recent rains. This week we were able to accomplish.. install the CCF Brands sponsored University of Arkansas Poultry Project & are hoping to have chicken on site within the week. plant approx. 200 blackberry plants repair washout and erosion from recent storms maintenance on existing crops, pick up rocks have a blast It was also our first week at the Bentonville Farmer’s Market on the Bentonville Square and we had a lot of visitors we were able to tell the story to. ┬áMake sure you stop by and meet...

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Faces of The Farm – Scott Herron

Special thanks to Scott Herron, owner of Precision Lawns, for his time spent taking care of The Farm property this past Saturday. For more information on The Farm or how you can become involved, please visit The Farm initiative page.

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U of A Volunteer Action Center at The Farm

Special thanks to students from The University of Arkansas Volunteer Action Center for investing their time and energy at The Farm. Here is a little bit of their story and why they’ve chosen to serve the Community at The Farm. For more information on The Farm or how you can become involved, please visit The Farm initiative...

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The Farm Weekly Update (April 18, 2011)

We check in with Gary out at The Farm for our weekly update For more information on The Farm or how you can get involved, please visit The Farm initiative page.

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The Art of Breakfast-Burritos.

With such diligence, ease, and creativity, Hippie Dave perfected the art of making breakfast burritos tonight at the camp for dinner for everyone. I heard they were delicious…sadly, I am allergic to eggs. Before I continue, there is a need for a little apology. An apology for not posting for a little while. We update our facebook page significantly more, so for more real-time updates, feel free to check out our page, and twitter as well, but to read the raw, uncut version…stick around. this is going to be short and sweet. Since Christmas Day, one of our main focuses has become...

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